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Crocus growing?

Posted by jennypat Zone 3b NW MN (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 29, 06 at 18:54

Ok this is weird, I was out in the garden today, and it looks like my crocus's are coming up! In more than one area. Although, they could be my daffodils, as they are planted in the same hole. I am not sure.

Is this odd? I have only had these in the ground since last fall. And yes the crocus did bloom this spring. As for the daff's, they came up, but did not bloom this year.

Jenny P

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RE: Crocus growing?

Happens all the time. I have several plants re-blooming because of the weather--long period of hot and dry then a bunch of rain... They'll probably be fine and in any case there's not really much you can effectively do about it--again, the weather (shorter days and cooler overall) will take care of it.

RE: Crocus growing?

Thanks! I sort of thought that might be it. But it sure surprised me!

Jenny P

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